2017 Shows

June 17: Octopladd
“Remarkably talented young pickers” - Bluegrass Today
“OctoPladd comprises four of the most exciting instrumental voices now emerging in the acoustic string band world" 
-Joe K. Walsh (Berklee)
8 pm
House Concert (Falls Church)
RSVP and more info here


July 29: 
The Brother Brothers
"Poignant and often charming songs with an almost startling sense of ease, and the tight harmonies are enough to send shivers down anyone’s spine" - Sarah Jarosz
w/Letitia Van Sant
8 pm
House Concert (Falls Church)
RSVP and more info here




August 19: Matt Bednarsky
2015 Artist of the Year - Concerts in Your Home
Escaping Pavement
"bluegrass-Americana revivalism that warms the heart" 
- Detroit Free-Press
8 pm 
House Concert (Falls Church)



September 9: Tali Rubinstein
"Tali is a beast... no one understands why she's still playing that simple instrument, instead of choosing, let’s say, a more “noble” one. However, for me she's a revelation, she's one of the best musicians in the world, or at least, the one that moves me the most" 
- Javier Limon, multiple Latin Grammy-winning producer
8 pm
@ The Falls Church Episcopal
115 E. Fairfax St.

Oct. 8: James Hill & Anne Janelle
Globe trotting, Canadian Folk Music Award-winning ukelele-cello duo has "the perfect mix of tunes, stories and musical virtuosity." (Wellington Dominion-Post)
5 pm
@ The Falls Church Episcopal
115 E. Fairfax St.


Oct. 14: Megan Burtt
"Combining sass with soul, Megan’s lyrics conjure up a country store filled with funk. Classically trained, folk tested, and mother approved, she connects with her audience on such a personal level, you feel lucky to be listening." 
- Nathan Scott, KRFC radio (Ft. Collins, CO)
8 pm - House Concert (Falls Church)
RSVP & more info

Oct. 21: Jean Rohe
“There are plenty of talented artists out there, but what sets Jean Rohe apart are the suppleness of her voice, the integrity of her vision, and the grace she shows in her wide-ranging journeys across the musical landscape.” 
–John Platt, WFUV New York
8 pm
@ The Falls Church Episcopal
115 E. Fairfax St.

Oct. 29: Jackie Venson
“Austin’s got no shortage of indie blues musicians whose music sounds great from a coffeehouse stage, but it only has a few who can put together the total package of eclectic, soulful jams and a stridently powerful voice the way that Jackie Venson can.” - Texas Monthly
7:30 pm, Bikenetic
201 West Jefferson St., Falls Church


Nov. 4: 
Alex Wong
"Wong creates melodies from sonic suggestion, imbuing every song with its own spectral designs...  once those aural inducements sink in, the charms will become readily apparent." - No Depression
LAATIKKO/BOX is a conceptual sound piece that blends electro-acoustic vocal and violin music, words from Minnesota immigrants and field recordings. A portrait of change, Laatikko/Box asks us to find similarities rather than differences, to slow down and take in the emotion of leaving one place for another.
8 pm
House Concert (Falls Church)





November 11: 
“One of the foremost tango ensembles in the country.” 
– Dazzle Jazz, Denver
8 pm
@ The Falls Church Episcopal
115 E. Fairfax St.